Our local mission is much the same as the national mission. Although this is a competition, we hold the spirit of knowledge to be our number one priority. We aim to see students of all backgrounds throughout New England gaining appreciation for their infrastructure and those who make it possible. We also want the students to understand the design process and work in teams in a similar way to engineering professionals. We want the students to broaden their perspectives on the way the world works and the ways they may want to contribute to it in the future. Lastly, it is our mission to bring each and every student participating (and their school faculty, parents, mentors, and all involved) a positive learning experience full of fun, teamwork and creativity.
This is one of my FAVORITE topics! And I've linked one of my favorite videos (Part 1 -- look for Parts 2 and 3 on YouTube!)
Here is the question...
We are pleased to announce the following list of
AECOM “Most Innovative Infrastructure Design Concept” Award Design that... more
We've been so busy talking to schools, we forgot to post news! Here is a quick update.
We see lots of new schools coming in, and we are ready for you! We have... more
The New England Regional Competition is very grateful for IEEE's support! IEEE, as a national sponsor, has in addition selected to help out the New England Region by providing us much needed... more
Get your team registered by Halloween for the 2013-14 competition!more
Here's a link to a whole bunch of high quality photos.
We hope you all really enjoyed the 2013 competition. Please share your photos! You can upload them into the Showcase or send them to Reed or Michelle. Here's the linki to what we... more
This year was nothing short of amazing and EVERY TEAM should be very proud! It was great seeing all our teams come together yesterday at Northeastern, and all of you having such well... more
THANK YOU for submitting your city! Next, looking forward to seeing your RESEARCH ESSAYS!
A couple teams struggled with the submission form. I made a simple word version of it... more
Liz Clark, who is working with the Natick team, says:
Here’s a couple of links about Sherbourne Common. It’s a park in Toronto that was master planned to incorporate stormwater... more
Thank you seems like just not enough to say to Kim Spangenberg and the crew at Virtual High School. The website for teams to discuss their work, for mentors and teachers to give feed back,... more
Some short ~ 5 minute stormwater videos that might be useful (courtesty of Clay Schofield with the Dennis-Yarmouth team):
Thank you to all the students, teachers and mentors that came to ThinkFest! It was great seeing old faces and meeting new ones. I hope everyone enjoyed some of the 29 different hands-... more
Registration ends on Halloween, so don't get spooked out of the competition and register!
Teams - please start your engines...
Hot off the presses, we have received the 2013 Future City Educators Handbook.
This means TEAMS MAY NOW START! REGISTER TODAY... more